As a tribute to the faithful and dedicated faculty, staff and students of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in Texas A&M university, the admin has pushed forward its plans to construct a new building facility. This building will be dedicated to advance the veterinary medical study in Texas.
The university is planning to build a a 200,000 square foot teaching facility, which will serve as an expansion of the Small Animal Hospital and provide more facilities for the staff.
The $120 million funding will be provided for this project courtesy of Permanent University Funding (PUF). Constructed during the 1876 Texas constitution, this fund was brought into existence to help support higher education within the state.
In order to keep up with the progress of the CVM college, facilities must be upgraded and expansions made to sustain this need for development and innovation. The upcoming building project will prepare the campus into the world of advanced veterinary study. The top three priorities for the small animal hospital are the following: internal medicine, surgery, front desk/ admissions area.
The plans for the project include an improved learning facility and an upgraded laboratory space that will help create an improved learning environment for the students. The expansion of the small animal hospital’s building and the upgraded facilities will provide more rooms for improved research, collaboration and innovation both in the field of teaching and in medicine.
The plans for the new building and the improved teaching facilities will help bring the latest technology to the CVM and to Texas A&M University. It will also help provide students with high quality, updated teaching. This impact will be felt not only by the students and the faculty, but also by the people in the community that it will continue to serve.
In lieu of the 100th anniversary of the Texas A&M college of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, the establishment has been set to open by the year 2016. Expect a grand celebration for the future of the CVM college, with both the opening of the new teaching facility and the commemoration of its 100 years of teaching excellence.
Locals can experience the change and value it will bring into the community as the new building is constructed. The community will benefit from the growth and development this building offers for the field of veterinary medicine and bioscience, since it will help generate more leaders and excellent innovators that will help improve the community. In fact, recently, homes for sale in College Station have been made available to anticipate the growth of the community. With these changes underway, expect growth development within the community – see it move forward towards a hope for a greater future!